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HP Launches Advanced Metals 3D Printing Technology for Mass Production

HP Launches Advanced Metals 3D Printing Technology for Mass Production

14 Sep 2018 comment

HP launched Metal Jet, the world’s most advanced 3D printing technology for the high volume manufacturing of production-grade metal parts.

Intel Announced New Additions to the Core Processor Family

Intel Announced New Additions to the Core Processor Family

9 Sep 2018 comment

Intel announced additions to the 8th Gen Core processor family.

HPE is Building a New Supercomputer for NREL

HPE is Building a New Supercomputer for NREL

3 Sep 2018 comment

HPE announced it is building a new supercomputer for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) that is more energy efficient and 3.5 times more powerful than its existing system.

Bosch is Putting Electric Vans on the Road

Bosch is Putting Electric Vans on the Road

2 Sep 2018 comment

Bosch is launching an electrical powertrain suitable for the vast majority of delivery vehicles.

IFA 2018: Huawei Announced Kirin 980, First 7nm SoC Chipset

IFA 2018: Huawei Announced Kirin 980, First 7nm SoC Chipset

1 Sep 2018 comment

Chinese tech giant Huawei introduced Kirin 980, the world's first 7nm process mobile phone SoC chipset.

IFA 2018: Samsung Showcased New Technologies for Connected Living

IFA 2018: Samsung Showcased New Technologies for Connected Living

31 Aug 2018 comment

Samsung held a press conference at IFA to outline its commitment to developing products and services that will shape the next era of connected living.

Virtual Layout, a New VR Planning Tool from Bosch

Virtual Layout, a New VR Planning Tool from Bosch

23 Aug 2018 comment

At this year's PACK EXPO International in Chicago, USA from October 14 to 17, Bosch Packaging Technology will present its new virtual reality planning tool "Virtual Layout".

PLDA and HPE Collaborate to Develop Gen-Z Semiconductor IP

PLDA and HPE Collaborate to Develop Gen-Z Semiconductor IP

20 Aug 2018 comment

HPE and PLDA announced a collaboration to meet the challenges of next-generation connectivity for advanced workloads.

Samsung Starts Mass Production of Industry’s First 4-bit Consumer SSD

Samsung Starts Mass Production of Industry’s First 4-bit Consumer SSD

19 Aug 2018 comment

Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing the industry’s first 4-bit 4 TB SATA SSD for consumers.

Google’s DeepMind To Create Product to Spot Eye Disease

Google’s DeepMind To Create Product to Spot Eye Disease

18 Aug 2018 comment

DeepMind, the London-based AI company owned by Alphabet, plans to develop a product that will help doctors to detect more than 50 sight-threatening conditions from a common type of eye scan, according to Bloomberg.

Bosch Trains Automotive Mechatronics With AR Technology

Bosch Trains Automotive Mechatronics With AR Technology

17 Aug 2018 comment

A total of 31 Bosch Training Centers worldwide support automotive workshops in keeping up with technical developments concerning vehicle servicing and repair.

First Test of Assisted Driving Test via the Mobile Network in a Real Setting

First Test of Assisted Driving Test via the Mobile Network in a Real Setting

13 Aug 2018 comment

Telefónica and SEAT have presented the first use case by equipping a both a vehicle and road infrastructure with technology enabling the exchange of information.

Audi and Ericsson Will Pioneer 5G for Automotive Manufacturing

Audi and Ericsson Will Pioneer 5G for Automotive Manufacturing

8 Aug 2018 comment

Audi and Ericsson announced plans to pioneer the use of 5G technology for automotive production.

Samsung Starts Mass Production of Fifth-generation V-NAND

Samsung Starts Mass Production of Fifth-generation V-NAND

6 Aug 2018 comment

Samsung announced that it has begun mass producing its fifth-generation V-NAND memory chips with the fastest data transfers now available.

Samsung Announces First 8Gb LPDDR5 DRAM for 5G

Samsung Announces First 8Gb LPDDR5 DRAM for 5G

28 Jul 2018 comment

Samsung announced that it has successfully developed the industry’s first 10-nanometer, 8-gigabit LPDDR5 DRAM.

Corning Unveils Glass Less Likely to Break When You Drop Your Phone

Corning Unveils Glass Less Likely to Break When You Drop Your Phone

22 Jul 2018 comment

Corning rolled out new technology it says is less likely to break when a device is dropped, according to Bloomberg.

Metropolis in California Will Become a Pilot City for Automated Driving

Metropolis in California Will Become a Pilot City for Automated Driving

21 Jul 2018 comment

Bosch and Daimler are speeding up the development of fully-automated and driverless driving in the city and are decisively setting the course.

HPE Helps EPFL Blue Brain Project Unlock the Secrets of the Brain

HPE Helps EPFL Blue Brain Project Unlock the Secrets of the Brain

17 Jul 2018 comment

Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced that the Blue Brain Project selected HPE to build a next-generation supercomputer for modeling and simulation of the mammalian brain.

IBM Presented FlashSystem 9100

IBM Presented FlashSystem 9100

17 Jul 2018 comment

IBM recently announced FlashSystem 9100 all-flash arrays.

SpaceX to Launch Israeli Spaceship to the Moon

SpaceX to Launch Israeli Spaceship to the Moon

14 Jul 2018 comment

State-run Israel Aerospace Industries and non-profit SpaceIL announced plans to launch a lunar mission in December, putting Israel on track to become the fourth country to land on the moon, according to Bloomberg.

Microsoft and DEWA Bring Quantum Computing to Dubai

Microsoft and DEWA Bring Quantum Computing to Dubai

9 Jul 2018 comment

The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) announced plans to work with Microsoft to develop new quantum-based solutions to address energy optimization and other challenges.

Bosch Launched New Generation of Smart Sensor Hubs

Bosch Launched New Generation of Smart Sensor Hubs

9 Jul 2018 comment

Bosch Sensortec announced the BHI260 and BHA260, the first two members of a new generation of smart sensor hubs.

Samsung Introduces 8TB SSD for Data Centers in NF1 Form Factor

Samsung Introduces 8TB SSD for Data Centers in NF1 Form Factor

1 Jul 2018 comment

Samsung has launched the industry’s highest capacity NVMe solid state drive (SSD) based on the Next-generation Small Form Factor (NGSFF), an eight-terabyte (TB) NF1 SSD.

HPE Delivers World’s Largest Arm Supercomputer

HPE Delivers World’s Largest Arm Supercomputer

19 Jun 2018 comment

HPE announced collaboration with Sandia National Laboratories and the U.S. Department of Energy to deliver the world’s largest Arm supercomputer.

IBM and Nvidia Help U.S. Leapfrog China in Supercomputer Race

IBM and Nvidia Help U.S. Leapfrog China in Supercomputer Race

11 Jun 2018 comment

The U.S. has a new supercomputer and it’s twice as fast as the current record holder in China, according to Bloomberg.

An Intel-Backed Startup Wants to Become the Uber of the Skies

An Intel-Backed Startup Wants to Become the Uber of the Skies

10 Jun 2018 comment

Volocopter, a German startup backed by Intel and Daimler, has built a drone-like electric helicopter to ferry travelers across city skies, according to Bloomberg.

Micron and Intel Announced First 4bits/cell 3D NAND Technology

Micron and Intel Announced First 4bits/cell 3D NAND Technology

28 May 2018 comment

Micron and Intel have announced production and shipment of the industry’s first 4bits/cell 3D NAND technology.

New PlayStation Chief Hints at Portable Gaming Revival

New PlayStation Chief Hints at Portable Gaming Revival

27 May 2018 comment

Sony’s new PlayStation chief John Kodera said he sees a future in portable gaming, departing from his predecessor’s view that there’s a limited market for handheld games, according to Bloomberg.

New Bosch Diesel Technology Provides Solution to NOx Problem

New Bosch Diesel Technology Provides Solution to NOx Problem

26 May 2018 comment

New developments from Bosch could enable vehicle manufacturers to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) so drastically that they already comply with future limits.

Intel Finds Another Chip Exploit, Says Fix Is in Place

Intel Finds Another Chip Exploit, Says Fix Is in Place

23 May 2018 comment

Intel said it found another way to attack computers related to the chip security flaws announced earlier this year, according to Bloomberg.